Tag: Photography

High-Res Photos of a 1980s Miami Beach Show Decaying Art Deco Glamour Before its Big Comeback

When architectural critic and curator John Margolies took these photos in the early days of South Beach’s art deco revival, from approximately 1980 to 1990, many thought it was a lost architectural cause, or perhaps not even worth the effort. But Margolies’s photos document the raw beauty of South Beach’s architecture at the time and are a stark comparison to what came later, as anybody who has seen what South Beach has become can immediately tell. These were the dark days of Miami Beach’s art deco resurgence, but the light would soon come.

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The Amazing Murals of Miami’s Football Sandwich Shop

The iconic Football Sandwich Shop on NE 2nd Avenue is a Miami institution. This institution, however, may or may not be closed for good. A recent-ish post on the Big Bubble dove into that question. Sadly, in addition to no more delicious subs, the news of its closure might also mean the loss of the gorgeous murals celebrating the Miami Dolphins that grace every inch of the exterior. They’re murals are still there, though, for now. So, check them out in our gallery, this way…

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